Diablo 4 is almost here, and fans are excitedly awaiting the launch of the next installment of the popular series. Blizzard Entertainment has revealed the title at the Blizzcon 2019, and the gameplay looks stunning.
The title comes with numerous new upgrades and enhancements, and Blizzard has ensured not to repeat the mistake of Diablo 3. Here is everything we known about Diablo 4’s release date, trailer, gameplay, features, and so on.
Diablo 4 – Trailer and Release Date
The next installment’s trailer has rolled out on November 1st of last year, and it allowed us to peek into the title’s gameplay. However, Blizzard has not announced the release date for Diablo 4 yet, but it is expected to launch in a few years from now.
Luis Barriga, the game director of the company, explained at Blizzcon event that a title of this range takes some time to develop, which only makes sense. This, therefore, means that Diablo fans won’t be able to play the fourth game of the series very soon.
Diablo 3 was revealed in 2008, but launched in 2012; this timeframe could also occur when it comes to Diablo 4, meaning that it won’t be released before 2022 or even 2023 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC.
Diablo 4 – Gameplay, Features, Classes, and Weapons
Diablo 4’s gameplay packs a massive open-world where players will be able to navigate around 100 villages and towns, as well as on five main zones that construct a Sanctuary. In terms of new stats, the forthcoming title will come with Angelic Powder, Demonic Power, as well as Ancestral Power.
The title’s gameplay will reportedly also have players collect dungeon keys, comes with mounts, dedicated PvP zones, as well as higher death penalties. Diablo 4 will feature five main character groups, namely Barbarian, Druid, Sorceress, Amazon, and Paladin. Players will be able to operate four weapons at once and transform into a werewolf, werebear, and all types of human forms.
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